That is what I ment, and I had made the assumption that it was what the sender was looking for since this isn t cosplay. Most doublets don t have boning inMessage 1 of 8 , Feb 6View SourceThat is what I ment, and I had made the assumption that it was what the sender was looking for since this isn't cosplay. Most doublets don't have boning in them. I make gowns with built in corsets all the time, but it doesn't actually make them corsets, it makes them corseted gowns. I was using the same theory in refering to the Janet Arnold 'vest' as a corseted doublet. But I still don't know where to find a good pattern for one.
> Perhaps they mean one with boning.
> > > Patterns of Fashion by Janet Arnold has a lovely corseted doublet in it.
> > Color me confused by the term then but I thought this was just a doublet that is most likely a woman's doublet (although a friend of mine, a man, wore a copy of it once). Why is it a "corseted doublet"?
Did you look at Margo Anderson s patterns.? [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]Message 1 of 8 , Feb 6View SourceDid you look at Margo Anderson's patterns.?
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If what you re looking for is a high collared women s doublet pattern, my Elizabethan Lady s Wardrobe and Elizabethan Gentleman s wardrobe both have them. IMessage 1 of 8 , Feb 7View SourceIf what you're looking for is a high collared women's doublet pattern, my Elizabethan Lady's Wardrobe and Elizabethan Gentleman's wardrobe both have them. I designed the women's version to go over a corset, so it has only minimal boning, but it would be very easy to sew bone casings to the flatlining and create a full corset.